Monday, June 07, 2010

What is Blooming this Week.....

Clematis is still blooming on my arbor.  Two pictures with different focal points as I sit on the arbor bench.

another clematis, which has about outgrown the structure

Cosmos - a big patch has reseeded:

Daisy.  I just planted two new plants of these

the hydrangeas are getting ready to bloom

Red Asiatic Lily

I don't know the name of this one, it is a Grow Native plant from my state and it likes the hot - humid weather, plus it blooms a very long time.

Pink Asiatic Lily

Patch of reseeding cosmos, it is really thick and will be beautiful for cut flowers
Yellow Asiatic lily, I wish these would last longer, they are so pretty and the colors are vibrant
I don't know the name of this one, very pretty and dainty.


  1. Your flowers are so pretty!

  2. It must be beautiful - a reward for the hard work of gardening.

  3. So pretty. Nothing like that grows in this hot Texas weather.

  4. Gorgeous flowers and photography!

  5. Beautiful flowers, I must remember to take pictures of my garden too, with me there are a lot of roses at the moment.
    The last picture is a Delphinum, I love those and mine is almost flowering now.

  6. Helen K8:34 AM

    Lovely flowers, Lori. I can see you are a few weeks ahead of us here in the "Great White North". The "grow native" plant is probably a Heliopsis. Mine get infested with red aphids.
    I love this time of year when lots of things are blooming. Great garden shots.

  7. Beautiful! Our Asiatic lilies are blooming right now, too. They are just starting though, so I've got a bit more time with them. I also need to re-trellis our clematis. It is really leaning hard. Hopefully that will bloom soon. Love all those pretty flowers. :)